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Phillip W. Magness

How Milton Friedman Fought Segregation through the American Economic Association

“Friedman opposed racial segregation on moral and economic grounds, and his actions aligned with his rhetoric. When the time came to move on these beliefs in 1957, he chose to send an economic message to the offending business by diverting its customers elsewhere.” ~ Phillip W. Magness

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Alexander W. Salter

Money and the Rule of Law: Looking Back After a Year

“We face even more difficult challenges ahead. We who believe in good economics and prudent political economy have our work cut out for us if we want to bring the rule of law to central banking.” ~ Alexander William Salter

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Lee Trepanier

What Makes a University Great?

“The core of the university should not be the picturesque campus, the marketing platitudes, or arbitrary media rankings. The core should be the relationship between the professor and student in an endeavor to discover truth about themselves, society, and the world.” ~ Lee Trepanier

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